The Montreal Alouettes are a Canadian Football League institution with a passionate fan base that has brought the franchise back from the dead more than once. The Als were founded in 1946, and despite having folded and been revived twice, the franchise has won a total of seven Grey Cups.
The Alouettes will be among the CFL betting favourites at private online sportsbooks as they expand across the country. Here’s how to bet on the Alouettes plus the latest Alouettes odds at top online sportsbooks in Canada.
Today’s Alouettes odds
Check the latest Alouettes odds below. These lines come directly from the top sportsbooks. Click on any odds to head over to the sportsbook, sign up for an account, and place a bet.
How to bet on Montreal Alouettes games in Canada
You can bet on or against the Alouettes at legal and regulated online sportsbooks in Canada by following this simple three-step process:
- Sign Up: You have to register for an account with a legal and regulated online sportsbook to bet on the CFL online in Canada. Click on the PlayCanada link to its website where you can sign up directly. You can also download its mobile betting app and sign up there. Make sure to enter any promo or bonus code for the sportsbook you find here on PlayCanada to get the best online betting bonus you can.
- Make A Deposit: Next, you have to deposit money into your legal and regulated online sportsbook account. Use any of the deposit methods available, which normally include credit or debit cards, Interac, online banking or PayPal.
- Browse and Bet: Pore over the game lines above or click the ‘CFL’ or ‘Football’ tabs on the sportsbook’s website or app and look through the Alouettes lines there. Click the odds for any bet you would like to place. Fill out the instantly created bet slip to start sports betting online.
Montreal Alouettes betting lines explained
|Montreal Alouettes||+1.5 (-110)||+135||Over 60.5 (-110)|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||-1.5 (-110)||-155||Under 60.5 (-110)|
Here, the spread indicates the Alouettes are 1.5-point underdogs against Winnipeg. That means Montreal has to win outright, or lose by just one point, for Alouettes spread bets to pay off. If that happens, the odds dictate they’ll pay off at a rate of $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 bet. Of course, you can also bet on Winnipeg winning by two or more. Similar odds also mean these bets will pay off at a rate of $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 bet if the Blue Bombers cover.
The Montreal Alouettes moneyline has the team as +135 underdogs. That means if the Alouettes win, moneyline bets on the team will pay off at a rate of $135, plus your bet back, for every $100 bet. Of course, you can also bet on Winnipeg to win as -155 favourites. This will pay off at a rate of $100, plus your bet back, for every $155 bet, when the Bombers are victorious.
Finally, you can bet that the total combined score will go over or under 60.5 points. That half a point in the line means there cannot be a push. The over and under each payout at a rate of $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 bet. The over pays on 61 or more points and the under on 60 or fewer.
Montreal Alouettes prop bets
You can also bet on team and player performance and stats through prop markets. These bets are usually over/under-style, like totals lines or yes/no questions. They often surround statistics and accomplishments in a game, and all bets are booked at the currently posted odds.
Bet on things like a QB’s total passing yards, whether a player will score a TD in the game or receiving yard totals for a player or a team. If it’s a tracked stat, chances are you can place a prop bet on it here.
Betting on Alouettes futures
Through futures markets, you can also bet on the Alouettes winning a certain number of games, making the playoffs, winning the East or even the Grey Cup. The sportsbook betting odds are available all year round. Just remember to get your bets down early, because those odds will shrink significantly when the Alouettes are close to accomplishing any of these goals.
You can find updated CFL Grey Cup betting lines for the Montreal Alouettes on our dedicated odds page.
Live Alouettes lines
All the pregame betting lines are also available during Alouettes games at odds that change with everything happening on the field. Plus, there are even more play-by-play and in-game props available live. Just remember, all these odds can change fast, which means mobile betting apps are the only way to keep up.
Montreal Alouettes schedule 2023
|Date||Opponent||Time||Where to Watch|
|Jun. 9||@ Calgary Stampeders||9:00pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Jun. 16||@ Toronto Argonauts||7:30pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Jun. 23||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||7:30pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Jul. 2||@ Saskatchewan Roughriders||7:00pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Jul. 14||vs. Edmonton Elks||7:30pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Jul. 21||@ Ottawa Redblacks||7:00pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Jul. 28||@ Hamilton Tiger-Cats||7:30pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Aug. 4||vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers||7:30 pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Aug. 11||@ Winnipeg Blue Bombers||8:30pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Aug. 20||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||4:00pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Sep. 2||vs. Ottawa Redblacks||7:30pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Sep. 9||vs. BC Lions||7:30pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Sep. 23||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||7:30pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Oct. 1||@ Edmonton Elks||4:00pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Oct. 10||vs. Ottawa Redblacks||1:00pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Oct. 14||@ Ottawa Redblacks||7:00pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Oct. 22||vs. Toronto Argonauts||4:00pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
|Oct. 29||@ Toronto Argonauts||2:00pm ET||TSN/ESPN+|
109th Grey Cup
Nov. 20 at Mosaic Stadium in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Montreal Alouettes betting & casino partnerships
The Zone at the Casino de Montréal presents away games as a part of team sponsorship. Entry is free, and the area is branded in Alouettes colours. There are giveaways, and the casino hosts meet-and-greets with former star players, the team mascot and Alouettes cheerleaders.
The Montreal Alouettes also inked a three-year partnership with BET99 in 2021. The grey-market sportsbook, which may be seeking a license to operate in Ontario, has its logo on the Alouettes jerseys.
Montreal Alouettes career leaders
- Touchdowns: 79 – Mike Pringle (1996-2002)
- Receiving Touchdowns: 65 – Ben Cahoon (1998-2010)
- Passing Yards: 69,655 – Anthony Calvillo (1998-2013)
- Rushing Yards: 9,649 – Mike Pringle (1996-2002)
- Receiving Yards: 13,301 – Ben Cahoon (1998-2010)
- Tackles: 979 – Chip Cox (2006-18)
- Sacks: 134 – John Bowman (2006-19)
Which NFL players have played for the Alouettes?
Here’s a look at the two most notable NFL players to suit up for the Montreal Alouettes:
- Fred Biletnikoff – Biletnikoff played the 1980 season with Montreal, catching passes for 470 yards and four touchdowns in 16 games. Before that, he was a four-time Pro Bowl receiver and Super Bowl XI MVP for the Oakland Raiders.
- Chad Johnson – Before joining the Montreal Alouettes for five games in 2014, “Ochocinco” was a star with the Cincinnati Bengals, appearing in six Pro Bowls.
Where do the Montreal Alouettes play?
- Name: Percival Molson Memorial Stadium
- Address: 475, avenue des Pins
- Location: Montreal, Quebec
- Owner: McGill University
- Capacity: 23,420
- Surface: FieldTurf (Since 2004)
- Opening date: Oct. 22, 1915
- Construction cost: $100,000
- Renovations: $29.4 million in 2010
- Other tenants: McGill Redbirds and McGill Martlets (U Sports) (Since 1915), Montreal Royal (AUDL) (Since 2014)
Brief Montreal Alouettes history
The Montreal Alouettes were founded in 1946. The original team operated until 1982 and won four Grey Cups. The team rebranded immediately under new ownership and played four seasons as the Montreal Concordes. They became the Alouettes again in 1986 but folded again a year later and were out of the CFL for nine seasons.
Then, the Baltimore Stallions moved most of the team to Montreal after folding in 1996 and became the latest incarnation of the Alouettes franchise. The CFL considers every Montreal team part of one single Alouettes franchise, which is why the three Grey Cups the team won in the 2000s now give the franchise a total of seven. The 2000s Alouettes teams were dominant behind the play of running back Mike Pringle, who became the CFL career leader in rushing yards, and QB Anthony Calvillo, who became the CFL career leader in passing yards.
The Alouettes are now owned by Crawford Steel exec Gary Stern. Stern and his father-in-law (the late Sid Spiegel) took over the team in 2020, buying it from the CFL, who took over for US businessman Robert Wetenhall in 2019.
How can I watch Montreal Alouettes games online?
CFL games appear on TSN, which means you can stream games online via TSN Direct, the exclusive streaming service from TSN. If you have TSN as part of your television package, you can watch for free. Otherwise, you can get access via different streaming packages starting as low as $7.99 on tsn.ca/subscribe.
Montreal Alouettes FAQ
Who owns the Montreal Alouettes?
After the passing of Sid Spiegel in July 2021, Gary Stern now acts as the Alouettes’ owner and CEO.
How much are Montreal Alouettes tickets?
Alouettes tickets start at $43 but range up to $127 per game.
Have the Montreal Alouettes ever won the Grey Cup?
Montreal has won seven Grey Cup Championships. The last win came in 2010.
How much are the Montreal Alouettes worth?
Estimates put the value of each CFL team at anywhere between $20 million and $50 million. Montreal’s market size dictates it would likely be on the higher end of such a scale.
What is the Montreal Alouettes’ Twitter?
The official Twitter account of the Montreal Alouettes is @MTLAlouettes. The Twitter page features the hashtags #IlluminonsLeStade #LightupTheStadium and a link to the website montrealalouettes.com. The account has been active since February 2009 and currently has 140.3K followers.